An effort to shield the nation's computer networks and critical infrastructure may be tipping too far into trade protectionism, experts say. In trying to balance the need to protect sensitive computer networks with the cost of verifying the safety of the components that find their way into the supply chain, a House Intelligence Committee report recently recommended that the U.S. government and businesses steer clear of two Chinese telecommunications companies. And although ...

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